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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Tiglath-pileser I., King of Assyria, i. 87
88, 89 ; expedition of, into Media, 121-
122 ; 134, 126

Tiglath-pileser III., King, i. 87-89, 172

Tiglath-pileser IV., King, i. 88 ; cam-
paigns of, 123 j 124

Tigranes (King of Armenia), i, 362, 364,

365. 3<56, 368.> 369, 370, 37i402

Tigranes (son), i. 370

Tigranes (King of Armenia), i. 413

Tigranes (Prince of Cappado^ia), i. 407

Tigranocerta, i. 407

Tigris, River, i. i, 3, 6, 40, 41 5 account
of, 42 5 45, 46, 47, 50, 53, 56, 73, 78,
82, 86, 87, 89,91, 92, 131, 135, 151,
161, 168, 171, 175, 202, 241, 273, 277,
299 3 37i 335> 33* 395> 399> 4*>
415,442,450, 451,453 454, 455 457,
467, 472, 479, 508, 510 footnote, 516,
520, 526, 532, 538, 540 footnote j ii. 59,

79 *73i 9 34-5                ..   rtrt   ft

Tiles, Persian manufacturer of, 11.288-289
Timarchus (Satrap of Media), 1.353
Timur Beg, better known as Tamerlane,

?'v"

Timur Shah, Durrani Amir, ii. 383, 387,

388

Timur Shah Oghlan, of Mongolia, ii. 196
Tippu Sultan, ii. 395, 396
Tiranua, King of Armenia, i. 446
Tiridates L, of Parthia, i. 390, 405, 406,

407,408,411
Tiridates (nephew), i. 404
Tiridates (son of Chosroes) ;   seizure of

Armenia, i. 440-441 ; 446
Tiridates, vide Arsaces II,
Tirikan, King of the Guti, i. 72
Tissaphernes, i. 233, 236, 239, 240, 24*,

242

- Titus, i. 408
Tobacco Regie, the, ii. 478
Toba Wei Dynasty (China), i. 484
Tobit, Book of, i. 280
Todd, Major D'Arcy, ii. 407, 428, 437,

460
Togachar, son-in-law of Chengiz Khan, ii,

*55> *56

Togatchar, general of Ghazan, ii. 188

Toghril, chief of the Keraits, called Wang-
Khan, identified as Prester John, ii, 147

Toghril Beg, Seljuk king, ii. 99 ; career
of, 100-102, 103, 127

Toghril III,, ii. 126

Toghril, Seljuk ruler of Irak, ii. 125

Tokharistan, ii. 53, 85, 258

Toktamish; defeat of, by Tamerlane, ii.
205 ; 207

Toleiha, Arab Prophet, ii* 27

Tomyris, queen of the Massagetac, i. 163-
164

Traitana, vide Feridun

Trajan, Emperor, i, 410; and Armenia,

410-411 ; conquest of Mesopotamia and
Babylon, 411-412 ; retreat of, 412-413 ;
414, 415, 426, 452, 453
Trajan. (Roman official), i, 459
Tranaoxiana, ii. 89, 90,99, 103, 118; in-
vaded by Mongols, 150-152 $ 163, 170,
178 5 devastated by Abaga, 179; 188 ;
campaign against Southern Persia, 189-
190 5 in the I4th century, i^-iyj ;
Tamerlane, governor of, 198 ; 219, 223,
243, 244
Trapmis, i. 241
Trebiaond, i. 3, 30, 242, 363 j ii, 210
Tribesmen, the ; mode of life and customs,
ii. 499
Tripoli, ii. 30
Tripolis, i. 352
Troad, the, i. 199
Trogus (historian), i. 334 jlWneic
Troixcn, i. 215
Tryphon, with Diodotuu
Tern (Chinese warrior), i. 359
Tukalc, ancestor of the Sdjuka, H. 98, 99
Tukulti-Ninib, king of Assyria, i. K6
Tuli, son of Chtingig Khan, ii. 151, 154 $
captures Mcrv, 155 ; 156, 162, 16}
Tulliz, Battle of, i* 93
Tumen, Turkish chief, i. 492
Tun, ii. 109, 172, 184, 258
Tunis, ii. 108
Tur, legendary prince, i, 143
Turan, i. 144
Turanians, the, 1, 103,109, 114, 115, 303,
330
Turan Shah, Seljuk prince of Kcrman, ii.
**3
Turbut-I-Shaykh-Jnm, ii. 234, 247, 248
Turfan, i, 8, 12, 13
Turghay, Amir, father of Tamerlane, it,
198
Turkan  Khatun, wife  of Malik Shah,
ii. 106, iti
Turkestan, i. 2, 5, 8, 287 j ii. 90, 98, 99,
121, 202, ZZZ
Turkoman ; Persian campaigns against^
ii. 462-463 j crushed by Rusein, 463-
464
Turkomanchai, Treaty of, i. 3 5 ii. 411,
4X9-42X, 477
Turks, the 5 coming of, i. 492 ; campaign
of Noahirwan, 494 ; invasion of Pria
and defeat of, 5*7*5*8; iL 21 ; the
Mamelukes, 78-79; GhuKZ Turks, 98 5
Alp Arslan's campaign against, 104;
Kara Khitai Turks, ux s treaty of
peace with Persia, 248 5 invasion of
Persia, 357*258; Shah Abbas and hi
campaigns, 262 */ o?; 5 capture of
Hamadan, 298-299; Erivan campaign,
299 ^ capture of Baghdad, 299 - 300 5
invasioa of Georgia, 327*328 j agree-
ment with Russia to dwmember Persia,